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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 27, Issue 6 - Dec 2016
Volume 27, Issue 5 - Oct 2016
Volume 27, Issue 4 - Aug 2016
Volume 27, Issue 3 - Jun 2016
Volume 27, Issue 2 - Apr 2016
Volume 27, Issue 1 - Feb 2016
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Demand and Requirement Analysis on the Flexible Method of Long-life Housing
Park, Ji-Young ; Song, Sang-Hoon ; Park, Hyo-Eun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 27, issue 3, 2016, Pages 1~9
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2016.27.3.001
It is essential to maximize the advantages of long-life housing in consideration of the occupants` demands in order to promote the construction of long-life housing. The diverse plan types with flexibility should be developed based on those demands. Therefore, this study aims to review the level of awareness of long-life housing, and identify the customer needs by conducting the survey for the preference to pre-defined plan types. The results of survey are as follows: 1) Despite the enforcement of the Long-life Housing Certification System in 2014, the recognition among the customers about the long-life housing is still on the low level as shown in that 79.9% of respondents were not aware of the long-life housing; 2) For three alternative plan types, 78.5% on the integration type in front, 63.1% on the moving kitchen type, 47.0% on the Divided Housing type had intention to change; 3) 68.9% of the total are willingly ready to purchase the long-life housing under the condition of no difference in price between normal apartment and long-life housing. The less the number of family members is, the bigger this ratio of positive purchase intention is. Reflecting these results into the designs is expected to contribute to the enhancement of customer satisfaction as well as the diffusion of long-life housing.
Issues in German Modern Housing Design Reflected on Walter Gropius` Works
Jun, Nam-Il ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 27, issue 3, 2016, Pages 11~22
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2016.27.3.011
In Germany, during the modern architectural movements diverse experiments for the propagation of modern housing solutions were conducted that succeeded to the spirit of Bauhaus. Therefore, the study traced how Walter Gropius adopted the trends of architectural style and aesthetic, the concept of production, the concept for new typology of housing, and issues in urban architecture. According to the results, processes to the `sachlich` style could be seen in the cases of early and latter works of detached houses and further aesthetic changes of later works. Second, Gropius expanded his design field from detached houses to multiple dwelling and it was accompanied by typological transformation of buildings considering the industrialization and production of housing. Third, in the cases of multiple dwelling, it could be identified that site planning of housing complexes and building arrangement reflected a shift from traditional urban pattern to new alternatives suitable for mass housing supply. Thus, changes in the genealogy and propensity of German residential designs were partly summed up and their implications on modern housing architecture were discussed.
A Study on the Characteristics of House Arrangement of Unified Silla Period - Focused on the Capital Remains of Silla in Gyeongju -
Han, Ji-Man ; Lee, Jeong-Mee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 27, issue 3, 2016, Pages 23~30
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2016.27.3.023
Among the unearthed House ruins in Gyeongju of the capital of Silla period, the ruins to see the overall appearance of building arrangement is the ruins of Silla capital S1E1 area, Inwangdong 412, and the Jaemaejeong. In this study, the characteristics of urban house arrangement of the Unified Silla period was analyzed that, through a review of the arrangement relationship between the gate and the individual buildings found in these ruins. The urban house of the Unified Silla period was surrounded with wall, and the way to distinguish between functional areas within it are shown differently, depending on the size of the house. In other words, the small house was divided each area by installation of inner fence, and the large house was by arranging attached buildings. Thai is, the central area is not divided by inner fence is the Characteristics that is different from the small house. And in all houses, a large courtyard is located in the front of main building. Conatruction of the courtyard determines the location and direction of the main building. And the each area has external space of courtyard in the center.
A Study on Physical Environment Design Characteristics for Social Regeneration of Residential Area
Park, Su-Kyoung ; Moon, Jeong-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 27, issue 3, 2016, Pages 31~38
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2016.27.3.031
This study derives the characteristics of physical environmental designs and formats which can serve as guidelines in spatial design for the social regeneration of residential areas. For this purpose, this study redefined factors of social regeneration in living areas and their design strategies through a theoretical review. This study also selected practical examples and investigated the characteristics of environmental design in terms of shapes, finishing, and devices used stated in the strategies for social regeneration in the given examples through field investigation. As a result, designs for communities should Maximize characteristics of daily use and formated types reused as well as use complicated and small facilities. Second, access types should make it easy to induce artificial movement, themes using finishing materials should be given, and perception media should be used to encourage physical activity. Third, psychological stability can be achieved by improving the colors used in the finishing materials, and should ensuring safe environmental facilities by design. Finally, for metaphoric contact to the properties of nature, using themes of nature in the finishing materials and in diverse devices.
A Study on Expressing the Methods of Light for Creating Safe Space
Kim, Myoung-Seon ; Moon, Jeong-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 27, issue 3, 2016, Pages 39~46
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2016.27.3.039
On account of the increasing crime rates annually and the consequent rising anxiety, safety has become an important topic in the aspect of environmental formation to provide decent lives to urban dwellers. As a result, great emphasis has been placed in the importance of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), a design method which utilizes physical environmental design to prevent crime. The definition of CPTED encompasses the technological level of crime prevention as well as comprehensive environmental design which takes into consideration fear or terror in view of human recognition and emotion. However, the current application method of CPTED in Korea is still limited to the technical supplementation of facilities, such as CCTV and streetlight, and fragmental modification like village mural paintings. Moreover, the guideline for CPTED in Korea is only a theoretical adaptation of foreign books and does not offer sufficient studies for a practical design method that will improve the life of city dwellers. The purpose of this study is to examine design methods for safe environment construction in accordance with the changing concept of CPTED by understanding the characteristic of space and analyzing the how the methods of light are expressed. This study aims to provide basic material which will serve as a guideline in creating a safe environment in the future.
An Analysis of Community Asset Types and Components for a Development of Community Asset Evaluation System
Yim, Soon Jeong ; Lee, Hyo Won ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 27, issue 3, 2016, Pages 47~58
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2016.27.3.047
The new paradigm of urban regeneration, would promote the comprehensive communal view. Therefore, the community role has become an important and necessary for regeneration of communities. It is necessary for urban regeneration which should be matched with the regional characteristics, to develop an evaluation framework that can objectively and accurately diagnose the status of community; so it can be an integrated prescription. A new alternative, asset-based approach may be an alternative to build the community based on opportunities and strengths, which focuses on community inside and things that community have. In this study, a community asset is defined as the tangible and intangible components in the community. A community asset evaluation system is developed through the content analysis related to previous studies of several researchers who investigated the asset-based approaches. Community assets are classified into seven types: human, social, cultural, natural, physical, economic, and political property. Each type is classified into components and establish as a framework with 3 levels in order to set the indicators which can be measured concretely.